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8 Lego-Inspired Foods


  • 8 Lego-Inspired Foods 1 of 9
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    Lego cake, sandwiches, and more fun recipes
  • Peanut Butter and Honey Lego Sandwiches 2 of 9
    Peanut Butter and Honey Lego Sandwiches
    Legos for lunch! Pack these yummy Lego “blocks” in your kid’s lunchbox for a neat way to say, “I love you.” (Much tastier than a note, right?)
    Make peanut butter and honey Lego sandwiches »
  • Lego Man Pesto Cheese Sandwiches 3 of 9
    Lego Man Pesto Cheese Sandwiches
    What fun would Legos be without the pose-able figurines that have been dressed as
    everyone from Darth Vader to a Wild West cowboy? Your little Lego enthusiasts will love seeing these
    guys on their plate.
    Make Lego man pesto cheese sandwiches »
  • Tofu Lego Bites 4 of 9
    Tofu Lego Bites
    Tofu is one of the building blocks of a balanced vegetarian diet — or just a great way to get protein. If your kids haven’t warmed up to it yet, we have a hunch these fun Lego bites will sway them.
    Make tofu Lego bites »
  • Lego Sandwich Stackers 5 of 9
    Lego Sandwich Stackers
    You know what makes this cheesy snack even better? A living-room rug and a giant box of Lego blocks (the unedible kind!).
    Make Lego sandwich stackers »
  • Watermelon Legos on a Stick 6 of 9
    Watermelon Legos on a Stick
    These watermelon Legos will give your popsicle-loving kids their summer treat fix without all that extra sugar.
    Make watermelon Legos on a stick »
  • Lego Cake 7 of 9
    Lego Cake
    Does your Lego-obsessed toddler have a birthday coming up? This cute Lego cake requires just two easy, yummy parts for assembly.
    Make Lego cake »
  • Lego Candy-Coated Rice Krispies Treats 8 of 9
    Lego Candy-Coated Rice Krispies Treats
    Promise your kids you’ll make these — once you stop finding the tiny, real-life Lego bricks all over the floor.
    Make Lego candy-coated Rice Krispies treats »
  • Lego S’mores 9 of 9
    Lego S'mores
    The gooey marshmallow and melty chocolate might not make these as ideal for stacking as real Lego bricks, but thankfully, they’re a whole lot tastier.
    Make Lego s’mores »

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